#COVID19Africa Social Media Toolkit

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These communication tools are available to share and print in helping prevent the spread of COVID‑19. Feel free to display and/or distribute on social media to communicate key information to the public about COVID‑19. On Twitter please tag @Amref_Worldwide when posting graphics from our COVID‑19 social media toolkit.

COVID-19 Facts

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How the 2019 #Coronavirus #COVID19 spreads. #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/VqvHVr6srJ

#Coronavirus guide for Health care workers. #COVID19Africa

Symptoms of the 2019 #Coronavirus #COVID19. #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/nu9na6Jk17

Simple ways of reducing the spread of #Coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/tNJFEwKCKL #COVID19Africa

Simple ways of reducing the spread of #Coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/7h2sOBWJ7E #COVID19Africa

Simple ways of reducing the spread of #Coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/tNJFEwKCKL #COVID19Africa

Simple ways of reducing the spread of #Coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/tNJFEwKCKL #COVID19Africa

Being ready incase #COVID19 arrives while in the office or at work #COVID19Africa

COVID-19

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Prevent yourself from COVID-19 and others, by washing your hands regularly and thoroughly with running water and soap for at least 20 seconds. #COVID19Africa @daktari1

Health workers training on preparedness and response to COVID-19 in Arua, Uganda pic.twitter.com/dhqJkCqDc7 #COVID19Africa

Technology is leading in the fight against #COVID19. The LEAP platform has made it easier for #CHWs to access & share authentic information that, they in turn use to sensitize their community on how to avoid its spread. #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/R0LIogVRFi

Mr Lucas Mollel, a Community Health Worker in Longido, Arusha Tanzania demonstrates to his community members on how to wash their hands using soap and running water to prevent the spread of #CoronaVirus. #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/KDDjN8qQx1

Meet Fridah Mogoi, a Clinical Officer at Kibera Community Health Centre. Through her leadership, she has ensured that the directives issued by the @MOH_Kenya to reduce the spread of #COVID19 are adhered to. #COVID19AFRICA #FlattenTheCurve pic.twitter.com/sgjZBVFlDQ

Hand-on practical training on coronavirus case management taking place in Arua, Uganda #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/tPkEl8zv9O

Avoid handshakes! To prevent yourself from #COVID19. Stay safe. @daktari1 #COVID19Africa

Avoid handshakes! To prevent yourself from #COVID19. Stay safe. @daktari1 #COVID19Africa

“I am in charge of 500 households in Kibera. We are aware about the #COVID-19 that is spreading gradually and therefore our task is to sensitise our community on how to prevent the spread of the virus.” - Repha Kutai, Community Health Worker (CHW), Soweto East Kibera, Kenya

“I educate my community on how to prevent themselves from #CoronaVirus by avoiding close contact with people who have travelled from affected countries. I urge people to wash their hands with soap and water regularly.” Lucas Mollel, a CHW in Longido, Arusha, Tanzania

The place of technology in the fight against #COVID19. The #LeapMhealth has transformed how health knowledge is disseminated & shared during #COVID19Pandemic. #CHWs #HealthWorkersCount pic.twitter.com/BbN5HM19kv

To help fight #COVID19 at a personal level, always wash your hands with soap & clean water, & when soap & water are not available, use a recommended sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.#COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/63pZCnsiQz

Stay safe from #Coronavirus. Wash your hands regularly with running water and soap. #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/J8QZHFxjYH

Through the support of @AmrefUSA, health workers in Arua Uganda have been trained in regards to their preparedness and response to #COVID19Africa.

“As a CHW in charge of 110 households, it is my mandate to educate my household members on what they are supposed to do to prevent infections and spread of #Coronavirus." - Patrick Malachi, Community Health Worker (CHW), Kibera, Kenya

Let's practice proper hand washing... simple tricks keep germs away. Let's be safe from #coronavirus and many other contagions! #COVID19Africa pic.twitter.com/PtCQ17N4L8

The active role of #HealthWorkers in curbing the spread of #COVID19Africa. #FlattenTheCurve pic.twitter.com/aEoyGyPROE

Videos

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How to prevent yourself from #Coronavirus @daktari1. Stay safe. https://youtu.be/8SM0T6AOucE

Mr Lucas Mollel, a Community Health Worker in Longido, Arusha, Tanzania educating the community about #Coronavirus. #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/qLjAeajHBg4 @AmrefTanzania

Community education about #Coronavirus in Uganda. #COVID19. @Amref_Uganda. https://youtu.be/QCkqcebByxc

To prevent #Coronavirus infections and spread, wipe surfaces with disinfectant regularly. #COVID19Africa. @daktari1 https://youtu.be/432h5aruLJg @Amref_Worldwide

Wash your hands with soap of use an alcoholic-based hand rub. Maintain a distance of at least 3 metres from anyone who is coughing and sneezing. Avoid touching your face or contaminated surfaces to protect yourself from #Coronavirus infection. #COVID19 @Amref_Uganda. https://youtu.be/xGZxFb4ak2o

To prevent #Coronavirus infections and spread, wipe surfaces with disinfectant regularly. #COVID19Africa. @daktari1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kx3n4VA2Cw @Amref_Worldwide

Community education about #Coronavirus in Uganda. #COVID19. @Amref_Uganda. https://youtu.be/QCkqcebByxc

Avoid handshakes! To prevent yourself from #COVID19. Stay safe. @daktari1 https://youtu.be/CB7a8mUrnHQ @Amref_Worldwide

Community education about #Coronavirus in Uganda. #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/oKZ9xOpx1Ek

Community education about #Coronavirus in Uganda #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/TyjjaSRzyHA

Community education about #Coronavirus in Uganda. #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/AFalhl48VT8

Let's practice proper hand washing... simple tricks keep germs away. Let's be safe from #coronavirus and many other contagions! #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/sYC07DJblnc

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Infection Prevention & Control using Leap, mhealth Platform #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/55mYkcdezsY

"Our task is to sensitise our community on how to prevent the spread of the virus.” - Repha Kutai, Community Health Worker (CHW), Soweto East Kibera, Kenya #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/IL6XyfUF_Jw

Active Prevention Measures against COVID-19 #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/R_4Daw0zwFw

Active Prevention Measures against COVID-19 #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/MiYqKWv-8Bc

Active Prevention Measures against COVID-19 #COVID19Africa https://youtu.be/J3YvMYBJjQs

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Community Awareness & Education in Tanzania https://youtu.be/pYx8OT_DSMU

AMREF Health Africa through its ‘Afya Kamili Project’ has donated various items worth 8.22 million/- to boost efforts to protect people against the spreading Covid-19 disease. https://youtu.be/zlW83lvMNDY

Social Media

Key Messages and Tweets

Amref Health Africa has created the Amref #COVID19Africa Information Centre to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information about #Coronavirus. Stay informed and protect yourself and others from infection. #COVID19Africa

Need information on Africa country travel restrictions and national guidelines, update on #Coronavirus infections, workplace guidelines, and other key resources to protect yourself from infection? Visit Amref #COVID19Africa Information Centre

You can access free downloadable resources for community sensitisation about #COVID19 and prevention measures from the Amref #COVID19Africa Information Centre.

To curb spread of COVID-19, Amref Health Africa is working closely with African Ministries of Health, Africa CDC alongside the WHO to strengthen capacity of frontline health workers. #COVID19Africa

In Kenya, Amref has partnered with the Ministry of Health and Africa CDC to improve surveillance, early detection and track the spread of #COVID19 #COVID19Africa

We are leveraging on the innovative mobile technology – Leap, and jointly working with the Ministry of Health in Kenya to educate health workers on #COVID19 and equip them to educate communities on relevant prevention measures. #COVID19Africa

Using #Leap, health workers will also be trained to identify, isolate and refer suspected cases as well as maintain safety standards at points of entry or high-risk areas to prevent possible transmission. #COVID19Africa

In Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia, Amref is part of the countries respective national taskforces to assist the ministries of health to prepare emergency responses. #COVID19Africa @Amref_Uganda

In Tanzania, Amref conducted a COVID-19 preparedness training through the CDC funded (GHSA) project in partnership with MoHCDEC. The project is aimed at detecting and reporting possible outbreaks in Arusha region-Longido district council in Tanzania.

We have consistently supported Ministries of Health and WHO during outbreak interventions including facilitating the provision of critical healthcare to remote communities across Africa. #COVID19Africa

Amref participated during roll out of control measures during the Ebola outbreaks in Uganda 2000 and 2012, and in Senegal and Guinea in 2014, the cholera outbreak in Kenya (2017) and the Lassa fever outbreak in Nigeria (2018). #COVID19Africa

Amref has trained numerous healthcare providers in infection prevention and control. This includes providing guidelines on specimen collection, storage and transport for safe delivery of samples to reference labs for confirmation amongst other activities. #COVID19Africa

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